... Michael U. Evans San Diego, CA mailto:email@example.com http://homepage.mac.com/aves/SanDiego.html
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, Aug 9, 2001
>Subject: [SDBIRDS] Curlew Sandpiper at San Elijo Lagoon
>The Curlew Sandpiper first reported by Brennon Mulroony about 11:30am on the
>north side of the lagoon was also seen and idependantly identified by two of
>us from the south side of the lagoon at about noon. It was subsequently seen
>periodically all afternoon by a number of birders. It was moving back and
>forth across the lagoon, sometimes most visable from the north side,
>sometimes lost in the center, and sometimes visable from the south side.
>North Side access: Southwestern-most point of the nature trail at the San
>Elijo Lagoon Nature Center. From I-5 freeway take Manchester Ave. offramp
>and proceed west about 1 mile. The Nature Center parking lot is on the
>lagoon side of the road, directly opposite the San Elijo JPA Water Treatment
>South side access: From I-5 freeway take Lomas Santa Fe Drive west to Rios
>Ave. Turn right (north) on Rios Ave. and drive to northern terminus. Walk
>down dirt road, past metal gate, and follow trail out to end of sand
>pennisula that sticks out in to the mudflat.
>Bird is in partial breeding plumage. All rust throat and breast (but not
>head), with distinctive white rump and lower belly. Bill noticably long and
>slightly downcurved. Generally in pressence of Western Sandpipers and
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